Debian SidPosted by ROBERT Jerome at September 15. 2006
I successfully built Salome 3.2.1 on Debian Sid (gcc 4.1, vtk 5, omniORB 4.0.6). I used the document of Marc Britten http://www.salome-platform.org/forum/forum_9/thread_567 and made some changes for the vtk5 port.
Here is the list of required packages to build Salome:
The modifications I made for VTK5 are probably not correct but I'am currently stuck far before the loading of VTK. I get this error at the very begining:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/jerome/home3/salome-3.2.1/bin/salome/SALOME_ContainerPy.py", line 39, in ?
from SALOME_ComponentPy import *
File "/home/jerome/home3/salome-3.2.1/bin/salome/SALOME_ComponentPy.py", line 53, in ?
class SALOME_ComponentPy_i (Engines__POA.Component):
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'Component'
I'm not good enought with python and omniORBpy to solve this myself. Is there's a way to list the members of Engines_POA at runtime ? Did someone see this error before ?
Re: Debian SidPosted by CAREMOLI Christian at September 21. 2006To get the list of members : print dir(Engine__POA) but I think it would not say more than the exception. It have not seen this error before. A problem with the installation of KERNEL ?
Re: Debian SidPosted by Erwan ADAM at September 21. 2006
CAREMOLI Christian wrote:
To get the list of members :
but I think it would not say more than the exception.
It have not seen this error before.
A problem with the installation of KERNEL ?
As Christian suggested, could you give the output of
python -c 'import Engines__POA ; print dir(Engines__POA)'
Re: Debian SidPosted by ROBERT Jerome at September 27. 2006Thank you for your help, but unfortunnatly I cannot spend more time on this so I installed a Debian Sarge on a dedicated PC.